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How to control excessive sweating

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    Tips to prevent excessive sweating
    1. Visit a doctor, sometimes it may be hyperhidrosis
    2. Use tight clothes which prevent from sweating
    3. Avoid triggers like alcohol and spicy foods
    4. Use antiperspirants
    5. Inject botox in the body parts

    Url: http://www.beauti-med.com/beauti-med...sive-sweating/

    Driclor is also great; it can tingle the first couple times you apply it, but it stops any wetness at all (I don't oversweat, but I do find it annoying when wearing light coloured clothes). You put it on a couple times a week before you go to bed, sleep with it on, then wash it off in the morning. It wasn't that expensive either on Amazon (I use the roll-on version).
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